Recent studies about Ivermectin show that this antiparasitic medicine is good for prophylaxis and treatment of COVID-19. This comes as a confirmation of what a lot of doctors around the world have tried to tell us since last year. Given that Ivermectin is an antiparasitic drug, we will share with you some of the best natural alternatives to Ivermectin, which are the strongest antiparasitic herbs out there.
These herbs flush out and kill tapeworms, ascariasis, pinworms, and other intestinal parasites and are of three kinds, depending on their action:
dewormers – herbs that destroy parasitic organisms in the digestive tract
bitter tonics – herbs that promote peristalsis (muscles that help with bowel movement)
laxatives – herbs that accelerate intestinal transit and promote the flushing out of parasites from the digestive tract
Putting all the pieces together, my hypothesis is that Covid-19 affection acts as a parasite in the body, which is why antiparasitic drugs such as Ivermectin seem to work against it. This also explains the inflammation in the body created by COVID-19. More exactly, it inflames those parts of the body/organs that are already sensitive or affected by pre-existing conditions. People with arthritis complain that after contracting Covid-19 they have seen a rise in joint pain, while people with lung problems have witnessed a worsening in their breathing, the same with people with pre-existing digestive problems who have seen a worsening of their gastric problems after contracting Covid-
This is why antiparasitic drugs such as Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine work against Covid-19! Both fight parasites that cause inflammation in the body!19.
Wormwood is one of the most effective antiparasitic herbs in the world, and one of the best natural alternatives to Ivermectin. The active ingredients in wormwood are toxic to most types of intestinal worms, including Giardia lamblia, a parasite responsible for giardiasis. Moreover, wormwood is a strong bitter tonic, which promotes bowel movements and thus the elimination of intestinal parasites.
You can use wormwood in powder form (3-4 teaspoons/day), in cures of ten days maximum, followed by a ten-day break. Wormwood can also be used in enemas, alongside equal parts of flaxseeds and chamomile flowers.
Put a teaspoon of each plant in a cup of cold water and leave it to soak overnight.
Strain the cold macerate and set aside.
Use the remaining plants and scald them in a cup of boiling water, allow the tea to cool for 15 minutes, then and strain.
Finally, combine the cold macerate and the warm tea.
Use an anal irrigator or an enema bulb to introduce the tea in the colon, while it is warm. Wormwood is one of the most powerful herbs that kill parasites, and perhaps the best natural alternatives to Ivermectin.
Wormwood tea and natural products should not be used longer than 8 days in a row. Always follow the dosage recommended on the package. In high doses, wormwood is toxic due to its volatile oils and has, in the first phase, a psychoexciting, convulsive, narcotic action, followed by tremor, epileptiform seizures, stupor, and unconsciousness. Wormwood products are not recommended to pregnant and lactating women or people suffering from ulcers. One should consult a doctor before using wormwood.
2. Tansy Tincture
Tansy, also known as golden buttons is an even stronger anti-parasitic herb compared to wormwood and, in addition, can be administered for longer periods of time. Tansy tincture is very effective against tapeworms, roundworms, pinworms, and giardia parasites. As an adjunct, it is valuable against hydatid cysts and trichinellosis.
It is administered as a tincture, and the dose for an adult is one teaspoon four times a day, over the course of 3 weeks. Pause for a week and resume if needed. This simple herb is one of the top natural alternatives to Ivermectin.
3. Centaury Powder
Centaury is from the antiparasitic family of bitter plants and is a herb that stimulates bowel movements, which promotes the detachment of parasites from the walls of the colon where they cling to. The recommended dose for an adult is half a teaspoon of centaury powder four times a day. This is one of the best natural alternatives to Ivermectin.
4. Herbal Laxative Blend
Laxative herbs promote the quick elimination of worm eggs from the body and are usually taken 4 to 7 days after starting an anti-parasitic treatment. Make a powerful laxative herbal blend with:
elderberry (Sambucus nigra)
alder buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula)
field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis)
You can use them together to make tea, or take them separately in a 10-14 days cure. The most powerful forms are elderberry tincture, alder buckthorn decoction, or with field bindweed extract or powder.
5. Artichoke Powder
While not an antiparasitic herb per se, artichoke is part of the bitter plants family that amplify and support the action of anthelmintic herbs and also support the liver. This means that artichoke potentiates the action of wormwood, tansy, common centaury and Ivermectin, if you have this medicine available. Adults can have 1 teaspoon of artichoke powder twice a day.
6. Male Fern & Wormwood Sitz Bath
Herbal sitz baths have a very strong effect when using toxic plants that are extremely effective in killing intestinal worms, such as wormwood and male fern. Actually, the best sitz bath for parasites is a combination of the two. For the best effects, use these two herbs that kill parasites as follows:
Soak 1 tablespoon of male fern root and 10 tablespoons of wormwood in two liters of water at room temperature for eight to ten hours (overnight).
Strain the resulting cold maceration and set it aside.
Put the used plants in another two liters of boiling water this time, and leave covered until the decoction has cooled, then strain.
Combine the two teas (the cold maceration and the warm infusion) and pour them into your bath water or in a basin. Make sure the water is around 38-39°C/100-102°F. Do the sitz bath for 20-30 minutes, the pad the area dry with a towel, and rest in a very warm place for half an hour. Follow the procedure daily for a week.
Beware! This tea is only used externally, as it is very toxic to ingest. Also, never bathe your whole body in male fern infusion!
Foods that Feed Parasites (MUST AVOID)
Eggs – the ultimate food for parasites.
Sugar and sweets (including artificial sugar replacers – instead opt for natural sugar alternatives that are healthy)
Diary products (opt for organic, grass feed or even better, vegetal dairy, such as coconut, almond, cashew or oat milk/yourt/cheese)
White bread, pastry, refined cereals (instead choose whole grains and pseudocereals such as quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat etc)
Fats (animal and vegetal) – a high-fat diet is inflammatory by nature.
GMOs – most corn and soy crops around the world are GMO.
Preservatives & artificial flavors – highly processed foods are the perfect feast for parasites.
Alongside the natural alternatives to Ivermectin, eveyone should consider following an anti-inflammatory diet that supports the immune system and doesn’t allow for parasites to thrive. Leafy greens, fresh fruits, plain vegetables and salads are key to building up a strong immunity that can protect us from any parasites, viruses and pathogens.